If you clean your scalp and don't use a dry shampoo excessively, you shouldn't have any problems. Stories like this stem from one or both of those reasons - not from this product or others specifically. Dry shampoo shouldn't be a regular solution throughout the week. The main thing they do is absorb oil, which is needed to keep our hair hydrated and prevent breakage (the hair loss/balding that is mentioned in stories stems from this). The reason we need to clean our scalps regularly is to remove dead skin, bacteria and buildup from our oil and products. Think of your scalp like your face - you're not going to just let dirt sit on it for days and keep applying makeup all week are you? Don't do that to your hair/scalp and you'll be fine using something like this on occasion. :)
Rachel C. asked, “I love dry shampoo my fav is Batiste™ Dry Shampoo, but I've heard a lot of problems about it causing hair loss. Has anyone experienced any problems using dry shampoo?”
It's not my favourite, as I prefer powders (Captain Blankenship) to sprays, because these make my hair frizzy. However, so far, this is my favourite brand of aerosol dry shampoo. It's affordable, I like the scent, and it absorbs oil well.
I can't go back and see it now, as I have already completed the task, but I remember there being a discrepancy with the hashtags, where it left one out in one place, but required it in the task. In addition to others I included these specifically: #influenster #contest #revlon #RevlonXLashes #megamultiplier #influenstercanada #revloncanada and it completed. I hope that helps!
Angelyn N. asked, “I am trying to unlock the Revlon Mega Multiplier Mascara Badge. I posted in Instagram, placed the right tags and submitted the activity. However, it keep on showing that Influenster cannot find my post in Instagram. Please help. Thanks!Revlon Mega Multiplier™ Mascara”
I had no problems with it being clumpy, runny, smearing, flaking, etc. The only problem for me, was that it made my lashes stick together, so if you have a comb to separate, you'll probably enjoy that it does not do all of these other things.
Misty D. asked, “Does this mascara clump? How is it to leave raccoon eyes?”
These seem to have been reformulated, but basically perform and look the same as the original box powders. The only discrepancy I noticed was with Coralista. In the palette, it is more of a peach/coral shade, whereas the single box powder is a pink/coral.
emmy u. asked, “are the blush and bronzers as pigmented as they would be in the full size?”
Definitely buy the palette if you're looking to buy multiple powders from them. They are the same full size as the single boxes. The cost of the palette is about the same as paying for two single powders.
Discha Poppy P. asked, “Which one is better ? This palette Or buy each of them ?”
The brush is a little awkward to use since it is so small, but it does the job for both the bushes and bronzer. The brush in this is surprisingly better at applying than most others I've used that have been included with palettes. However, it won't be much in comparison to normal brushes as those will blend for you better.
Olivia M. asked, “That brush that comes with it looks very dense and short, as if it would only be good for contouring with Hoola, but is it good for applying blush also?”